Toxic Romance: Ageism

You may have seen the term representation being thrown around more often lately, with what is going on in the news cycle. (If you have somehow made it to this post, but have seen nothing else of late please email me and detail the exact dimensions of the rock you’re hiding under. Then check out…

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House Tour: Production

The tour continues… join us as we stroll on over to production to learn more about one of the most vital components of your book’s journey.

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Careful What You Tweet For

If we can learn one thing from Rowling’s activities, is that while social media is a great tool for authors, it can also be an instrument of destruction. Therefore, we’ve created a list of four guidelines to help authors use their social media to provide a personal, meaningful connection that doesn’t waste your time or blow back in your face.

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Black Lives Matter

Like so many others across the United States, we here at Three Houses Press were deeply impacted by the murder of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers on May 25th. While we grapple to make sense of the terrible violence and oppression members of the Black community face daily, we want to voice our support in their fight for justice and equality. Below we have included ways for you to take action.

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Worldbuilding: Part 2

You’ve done the leg work, but now what? Avoid info dumps by finding better ways to introduce the world of your novel.

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Side Characters: The Unsung Hero

While we often love side characters, we rarely talk about how integral they are to the overarching story. Nor do we discuss how hard it can be to strike the perfect balance with side characters. All that changes today. In this article, we’ve broken down four of the most effective ways side characters are used in fiction and our tips for breathing life into yours.

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Toxic Romance: People of Color

We need to continue to push the conversation on why inclusivity in all literature is important. As publishers and gatekeepers of content, we must do our due diligence to serve all readers. It simply isn’t right or fair that large swaths of Americans are not seeing themselves in the books they read.

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